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[Focus & Concentration] Should I start again?
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Hello i'm new to this whole thread thing, so i'm a bit nervous about writing but I really need help. Last year I tried to make a tulpa and I managed to think of a base form and some personality traits, but my mind would constantly wander and woudn't focus, eventually I gave up and said that i'll try again once I learn to focus better. 10 months later I decided to try again thinking I had a better grasp on focus. I tried to pick up where I left off but everytime I tried to focus my thoughts just kept getting distorted like looking at a reflection in the water and having the image twist and bend making it really hard to focus on. So now i'm wondering, should I just start from the beginning? And if anyone has any tips on focusing better could you share some? Any help would be much appreciated.
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You can either start from the beginning with a new tulpa, continue where you left off in a new perspective about the endeavor, or anything you feel suitable for you honestly. People may start off from the beginning maybe because they worry that the novelty will fade away of the previous tulpa they intended to create, or for completely different reasons.

If you want any tips on concentration:

http://www.tulpa.info/archive/concentration-exercise/

http://www.successconsciousness.com/inde..._exercises

http://pastebin.com/Vc1UtgXi

https://community.tulpa.info/thread-focu...ning-focus

I literally googled those links (because we all know how tulpa.info’s search navigation is hard to use).

Sometimes training on something without the intention of involving a tulpa can do some good for people. It may help them feel at ease that whatever idiosyncrasies/weirdness that may go on is just temporary, and wouldn’t affect the existence of said tulpa in development. So when you feel you’ve developed those skills, which you’ll have to figure out if you actually are making progress through trial-and-error, then hopefully you can have an easier time forcing.

But take your time, you don’t have to rush things, because even if there’s a good foundation on how the tulpa validates their existence and all, they have their whole life with you to gradually build on, or derive from that. Of course, opinions vary, and people probably prefer being all carpe diem with the whole journey. It’s up to you though, and good luck.
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(08-16-2014, 11:37 PM)Linkzelda Wrote: You can either start from the beginning with a new tulpa, continue where you left off in a new perspective about the endeavor, or anything you feel suitable for you honestly. People may start off from the beginning maybe because they worry that the novelty will fade away of the previous tulpa they intended to create, or for completely different reasons.

If you want any tips on concentration:

http://www.tulpa.info/archive/concentration-exercise/

http://www.successconsciousness.com/inde..._exercises

http://pastebin.com/Vc1UtgXi

https://community.tulpa.info/thread-focu...ning-focus

I literally googled those links (because we all know how tulpa.info’s search navigation is hard to use).

Sometimes training on something without the intention of involving a tulpa can do some good for people. It may help them feel at ease that whatever idiosyncrasies/weirdness that may go on is just temporary, and wouldn’t affect the existence of said tulpa in development. So when you feel you’ve developed those skills, which you’ll have to figure out if you actually are making progress through trial-and-error, then hopefully you can have an easier time forcing.

But take your time, you don’t have to rush things, because even if there’s a good foundation on how the tulpa validates their existence and all, they have their whole life with you to gradually build on, or derive from that. Of course, opinions vary, and people probably prefer being all carpe diem with the whole journey. It’s up to you though, and good luck.

Thank you, I will check out those links, but i'm gonna put some more thought into wether I should start again with the same tulpa or not, or just continue with what I have. But I definitely will be working on this (no giving up like last time).
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